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Push to honor Otto Warmbier by renaming street outside North Korean UN mission gets bipartisan support
The North Korean mission to the United Nations is located in a Manhattan office building at 820 Second Avenue, just one block from the U.N. Now, there are growing calls to change the building's address to: 820 "Otto Warmbier Way."
foxnews.com
Clippers' historic win: 13 incredible facts about comeback vs. Jazz
Here are 13 incredible facts about the Clippers' 25-point comeback to beat Utah on Friday night and advance to the Western Conference finals.
latimes.com
Allyson Felix dreams of inspiring her daughter by qualifying for fifth Olympic Games
Allyson Felix is the most decorated female sprinter of all time, but the four-time Olympian is running for her 2-year-old this time around.       
usatoday.com
There are more Realtors than homes for sale. Follow one trying to close his first deal
More than 130,000 people have become Realtors since the beginning of the pandemic. Follow one new agent as he tries to make his first sale in one of the most competitive housing markets in the country.
edition.cnn.com
Ayatolloah's protege wins Iran presidency in questionable election
Iran’s hard-line judiciary chief won the country’s presidential election in a landslide victory Saturday, propelling the supreme leader’s protege into Tehran’s highest civilian position in a vote that appeared to see the lowest turnout in the Islamic Republic’s history.
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Opinion: Cole Beasley, other NFL players miss mark in pushback on COVID-19 vaccination
The NFL has pushed players to get vaccinated and created strong incentives for players to do so, but ills WR Cole Beasley and others aren't budging.       
usatoday.com
Ohio shooting victim dies after he's run over by cops called to help
An Ohio police car ran over a man who’d been shot and called 911 for help — and he died shortly afterward, police and reports said.
foxnews.com
Child Tax Credit: Here's who will get up to $1,800 per child in cash
The expanded tax credit isn't available to all parents, and some recipients may be asked to repay the IRS next year.
cbsnews.com
Wife hiking with husband falls 200 feet to her death off Wyoming cliff
A Wyoming woman on a sunrise hike with her husband plummeted more than 200 feet to her death Tuesday morning, authorities said.
foxnews.com
Greek pilot who confessed to killing wife after robbery tale wears bulletproof vest to court
Greek pilot Babis Anagnostopoulos wore a bulletproof vest Friday as he arrived at court, hours after confessing to killing his British wife who he’d initially claimed was tortured by a gang of burglars.
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Tessica Brown, also known as 'Gorilla Glue Girl,' has launched her own hair care line
A Louisiana woman who went viral after mistakenly using Gorilla Glue in place of hair spray has launched her own hair care line.
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'Gorilla Glue Girl' has launched her own hair care line
A Louisiana woman who went viral after mistakenly using Gorilla Glue in place of hair spray has launched her own hair care line.
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New doc examines America's troubled past with Confederate statues
Daily Show correspondent CJ Hunt examines America's troubled past with Confederate statues in new documentary 'The Neutral Ground.' (June 19)      
usatoday.com
17th century European paintings found in roadside dumpster
Police are appealing for information on how two original paintings from 17th century European artists, ended up in a roadside dumpster in southeast Germany.
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17th century European paintings found in roadside dumpster
Police are appealing for information on how two original paintings from 17th century European artists, ended up in a roadside dumpster in southeast Germany.
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NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar shares new social justice doc
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar talks about his latest documentary, 'Fight the Power:The Movements That Changed America' which explores the history of protests that shaped the course for justice in America. (June 19)      
usatoday.com
An Arizona student was arrested after threatening to kill medical school classmates and bomb the campus, authorities say
A student in Arizona was arrested after threatening to kill some of their medical school classmates and bomb the school campus, the Glendale Police Department said in a news release.
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An Arizona student was arrested after threatening to kill medical school classmates and bomb the campus, authorities say
A student in Arizona was arrested after threatening to kill some of their medical school classmates and bomb the school campus, the Glendale Police Department said in a news release.
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Mike Pence 'Not a Traitor' Says Kevin McCarthy, 'Stood Right by President Trump'
Pence continues to face strong criticism from some supporters of former President Donald Trump for his role on January 6.
newsweek.com
Afghan Interpreters Who Await Visas After Helping The U.S. Now Fear For Their Lives
"Every day, you can see an increase in the Taliban's presence," an Afghan who worked with the U.S. tells NPR. "What am I going to do after September? ... Am I going to even be alive by December?"
npr.org
The same mRNA technology used in COVID-19 vaccines could help treat cancer
Fighting COVID-19 proved a boon to cancer research. Here's how scientists are using the same mRNA technology to attack tumors.       
usatoday.com
Native Americans are transporting a 5,000-pound totem pole to D.C. from the Pacific Northwest
A 24-foot-tall totem pole will travel thousands of miles from Washington state to the nation's capital to raise awareness of Native American issues and sacred sites.
washingtonpost.com
Is Kirby the best Super Smash Bros character? USA TODAY staff sounds off
Nintendo announced Kazuya would soon make its Smash Bros. debut, so USA TODAY staffers sound off on their favorite Smash Bros. characters.     
usatoday.com
Overdose Deaths Rose During The War On Drugs, But Efforts To Reduce Them Face Backlash
Researchers know how to curb the risks of overdose and disease among drug users, but policymakers are reluctant to allow public health measures that include needle exchanges and access to safer drugs.
npr.org
'We can't stop now': Sparks' Nneka Ogwumike on Juneteenth, WNBA activism
Sparks forward and Houston native Nneka Ogwumike shares thoughts on Juneteenth, which commemorates the day the last of the slaves were declared free.
latimes.com
Trying to make it back to the Olympics, Abbey Cooper goes it alone
Abbey Cooper, who authored one of the most memorable and sad moments of the 2016 Rio Games, ran her own race in trying to make her second Olympics.
washingtonpost.com
COMIC: Adopted Pandemic Dogs Got Us Through. Now They Need Our Help
Dog and cat adoptions climbed in 2020. Pets have been constant companions — easing our grief and fears. Now it's our turn to ease dogs' separation anxiety, as we head back out into the world.
npr.org
Trump DOJ takes extreme measures to another level
15 years ago, the Justice Department investigated a lawmaker: What those in charge then say about newly revealed subpoenas for Democrats' phone data.       
usatoday.com
Nick Hall: Advice to Class of 2012 – how to be yourself, disagree graciously and create community
This year’s graduating class is unlike any other. They have endured tremendous loss, turmoil and change and have proven their resilience. They have shown themselves to be leaders who are neither afraid to speak up for what they believe in nor to extend their hands to others.
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